General Term

Some articles on term, general terms, general term, general:

Richards V. Mackall
... may be allowed by that Court sitting in special term ... The law provides for both special and general terms of the court, and for an appeal from the special to the general term, but the judgments and ... A general term is held by three justices, two, however, constituting a quorum, and a special term by one ...
Corporate Titles
... Chief Legal Officer or CLO – the CLO is traditionally referred to as the General Counsel, or GC Chief Learning Officer or CLO – the CLO is commonly ... includes product conception and development, production in general, innovation, project and product management ... Relations or Communications (2) alternate term for Chief Human Resources Officer (3) alternate term for Chief Networking Officer Chief Research Officer or CRO – Responsible for Research within the ...
List Of Chinese Martial Arts - General Terms
... Chi Gerk (黐腳) - Term used for sticky legs sensitivity training most notably used in Wing Chun ... Chi Sao (黐手) - Term used for sticky arm sensitivity training most notably used in Wing Chun ... Zui Quan (醉拳) "Drunken Fist" - Term used for "drunken" techniques in many styles of Chinese Martial Arts ...
Properties Of Polynomial Roots - Bounds On (complex) Polynomial Roots - Other Bounds
... Without loss of generality let the xn term of a polynomial with all real roots have coefficient 1 and let the general term be aixi ... Again let the xn term of the polynomial have coefficient 1 and let the general term be aixi ... Let the aixn-i be the general term of the polynomial with 0 ≤ i ≤ m ...
List Of Breads
... America, US, NY, AZ General term ... Flatbread Flatbread worldwide A blanket term applied to any circular bread that is flat in shape ... Green onion pancake Flatbread China General term ...

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    Then comes my fit again. I had else been perfect,
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